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POTTERY

Their inspiration comes form the good earth

Article Date: 
March 17, 1957
Article Abstract: 
Bob and Charmion McKusick, Globe, operate Gila Pottery
Language: 
English
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The wind is their partner

Author: 
J. Tallon
Article Date: 
October 27, 1963
Article Abstract: 
Dan and Bebe Lotz, Tucson, make ceramics, including wind bells
Language: 
English
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The menagerie keeps her busy

Author: 
D. Stitt
Article Date: 
April 19, 1959
Article Abstract: 
Mary Woods makes pottery animals
Language: 
English
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The Hopi heritage reflected in clay

Author: 
H. Megargee
Article Date: 
April 7, 1957
Article Abstract: 
The pottery of Cahrles and Otellie Loloma
Language: 
English
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The authentic craft

Author: 
R. Moyer
Article Date: 
May 21, 1967
Article Abstract: 
Children learn pottery technique form Ida Redbird
Language: 
English
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Potsherds and forest fires in the Pueblo country

Author: 
R. F. Burgh
Article Date: 
October 1960
Article Abstract: 
Color changes due to accidental firings may cuase improper classifications
Language: 
English
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Maiolica iin colonial Spanish America

Author: 
F. C. and R. H. Lister
Article Date: 
1974
Language: 
English
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Hispanic pottery as a guide in historical studies

Author: 
L. R. Caywood
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In For the dean. P. 77-97
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For pot collectors without the time to hunt or place to store

Author: 
B. Johnson
Article Date: 
November 29, 1964
Article Abstract: 
Miniature copies of ancient pots, designed by Ernest Leavitt
Language: 
English
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Concerning the names of Southwestern pottery types

Author: 
L. L. Hargrave
Article Date: 
December 1935
Article Abstract: 
Includes rules for naming
Language: 
English
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